Your Honor (2019–…): Season 1, Episode 10 - Part Ten - full transcript

Previously on Your Honor...

slow, somber music

[Michael] Alibis will need
to be very close to true.

If you're ever asked
where you were

October 9, you'll have
the memory of what you did.

This is yesterday.

[bailiff] To the charge
of vehicular homicide,

- how does the accused plead?
- Guilty.

We go big once.

And that ends it.

Dark, suspenseful music



- Baxters got to pay.
- [Big Mo] They will, little man.

But Big Mo play the long game.

[Lee] Kofi was busy failing
his GED exam

the same time
that Rocco Baxter was killed.

The people you call family now?

They're the ones

who let the Baxters think

that Kofi was responsible
for killing Rocco.

Stay away from the hotel.

Get away from the hotel!

[Michael] I can make
sure that he walks out

a free man.

I get them to look up to me,

to take their cues from me,



and then, when it matters,
12 of our peers

will do exactly
what I want them to do.

It's not easy to watch somebody
die in the gutter

and have to live with the guilt
of knowing you did it.

Adam?

So who is this guy?

[Fia] Adam. He's great.

[Gina] Do you love him?

Yes. I love him.

[Nancy] I want you
to stay away from them.

Michael, Adam.

[Jimmy] You know what losing
a child gives you?

Visceral pain,
overwhelming sense of failure.

[grunting]

And the surprising one.

It's a kind of freedom.

My family's not
losing another child.

There's nothing I wouldn't do.
Nothing.

[Michael] I know that Robin

was having an affair.

And you didn't tell us?

Adam doesn't know.

Well, you have to tell him.

Don't ask me to do it. Please.

Does he have to know?

You're asking me to tell him.

Dark, suspenseful music

Adam? Adam?

Adam?

[phone vibrating]

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[doorbell ringing]

Has he called you?

I had to tell him, Michael.

Did you? Did you, Elizabeth?

Do you have any idea
how vulnerable he is right now?

What this could do to him?

He was gonna find out.
And-and it...

- And it's the truth.
- Oh, it's the truth.

Hey, Santa Claus doesn't exist.

Let's round up
the four-year-olds

- and break it to them.
- Robin...

Elizabeth, she's dead.

So she can't explain to our son

what she was doing
fucking a stranger.

Oh, you don't like that? Y-You...

But that's what it is, right?

It's the truth.
She was fucking a stranger.

And it's always good
to tell the truth.

Adam can't bring his mom back
to yell at,

so she has no shot
at redemption.

And forgiveness?

It's impossible.

Yeah, that's the thing
about being dead.

You have no second chances.

But as long as the truth
gets out there,

we're good.

The fuck have you done,
Elizabeth?

Dark, somber music

Son, we got you
programmed like a beat

When I press snare, yo,
guard your grill, press kick

You move your feet,
you can't compete

I got my hydrants
parked on every street

I'm a federal nigga, son of sun

Come close and feel the heat

I am the streets

The white lines
only separate me from me

You hydroplane
in false gods' name

And still crash into me

Sign and tree, mountainside

Guardrail into the sea

They thought they stole you
from my arms

Then carried you to me...

Kofi Jones took the fall
for Desire.

He died for you.

I'm his lawyer,

and I don't stop
working for someone

just because they die or even
if their whole family dies.

It just makes me work
all the harder for them.

[laughs]

Spit it out, girl.
What you want?

I keep quiet about your deal
with the NOPD...

you tell me who was driving
the car that hit Rocco Baxter.

Or we just kill you
right here, right now.

Feel the beat, nod your head

Lean back, yo, touch your feet

Let me see you pop that thing...

I left a note.

- Hmm.
- "In the event I don't see

the end of the day, here's why."

Mm.

I think you bluffing.

Hail Mary, Mother of God...

I can smell the bluff like
the mustard pot of a bad whore.

But the note's just fallback,

in case you're not as smart
as I think you are.

You kill me,
whole lot of shit comes down.

You lose your friendly cop,
you lose money.

You're an accountant at heart.

[tongue clicks]

Tightly gripped like a nine

Keep my finger on the trigger

Waitin' for the right time

Ancient niggas align...

I don't know who killed
that Baxter boy.

Why would I believe that?

Saturn's rings don't
need no diamonds to shine

Yes, the reason
for the season...

But you know how to find out.

Coded language...

No, I don't.

And that's all you need to know.

Or maybe you're ain't as smart
as you think you are.

This nigga fed up

Led us to despair...

It wasn't Desire.

Until they got us
worshiping them false gods...

Kofi took that car the day after

that Baxter boy was killed.

We nod our heads
and worship through beats

Go ahead and kneel

ominous music

You weren't gonna tell me.

You were gonna keep it a secret.

I just didn't want
to see you in pain.

If I were you,
I wouldn't have told me.

Thousands of things
your mom was.

So many wonderful things

that wasn't this one bad thing
that she did.

So, one mistake... one mistake...

It shouldn't define who you are.

[exhales]

And you know,
when we got married...

[chuckles]

...two things happened.

Well, actually,
three things happened.

One is that we got married.

Two, your mother told me
that she was pregnant.

Yeah. So we committed
to a life together,

and the fact of your existence

came into my life
on the very same day.

What was the third thing?

[exhales] Well,

when your mom told me
that she was pregnant with you,

I was so happy
I just picked her up

and I just gave her
a big squeeze.

Hard.

Too hard.

I cracked her rib.

- Yeah.
- [both laugh]

I know,
but she didn't say a word.

Not a word.

It was our wedding,

and she didn't want
to spoil the day for me

even though she was in pain.

A lot of pain,
as I later found out.

Was that a lie?

Or was that love?

[laughs softly]

Hey.

- I love you.
- I love you, too.

- [grunts]
- O-Oh...

Oh, whoa, whoa, whoa.
What happened?

Oh, Jesus, what'd I do?

- Hey...
- [laughs]

You jerk.

- [laughs] I'm sorry..
- How could you do that to me?

- I had to.
- [both laugh]

Oh...

Oh, my God.

It's her job to provoke you.

Don't let it happen.

- It's personal for her.
- Well...

that's the game.

She wants to get under your skin
so that you lose it

and the jury sees you lose it

and she gets
her Perry Mason moment.

Perry who?

[sighs]

[Jimmy]
I won't always be here, Carlo.

Slow, haunting music

There'll come a day
when you'll need to step up.

Be me.

And you'll need judgement.

Not impulse. Hmm?

Brains.

Not balls.

Uh-huh.

Show me you can be that
in there.

Yeah?

Show your father...

...what a real man you can be.

Dark, suspenseful music

[Carlo]
I taught him to ride a bike.

You got to understand,
he was my baby brother.

And that day,
I stood and watched

his body go into a tomb.

You know what that feels like?

[Zander] I'm so sorry
for your loss, Carlo.

Tell us what happened
that night.

The kid who killed my brother
shows up at my cell.

How did you feel...

...when you saw him?

Terrified.

I'm sorry.

[Zander] You? Come on.

You're a tough guy.

You got 30 pounds on him.

[quiet laugh]
It ain't about pounds, man.

Not in the jungle.

When he came to my cell,
he-he had murder in his eyes.

And... I'm man enough
to admit I was terrified.

What did you do?

Only thing I could do...
Defended myself.

Tell the jury.

He walked in
and shut the cell door.

And I knew then.

I knew he'd come to kill me.

What else could it be?

I got up off the bed,

but before I could

think or say a word,
he was on me.

Came in low.

Caught me with three punches
in the gut.

All the air
went out of my lungs.

Then he dug his finger
into my eye

and he punched me again
in the neck.

[Zander] So, four punches
and an eye gouge

before you could respond?

- [Carlo] Yes.
- Then what?

[sighs]

Punch in the neck
sent me backwards

and, uh, and I-I hit
the back of my head

on the toilet bowl.

Did he say anything at all?

Just this sound he was making.

[Zander] What sound?

[Carlo] A roar.

[Zander] What kind of roar?

[screams]

I won't ever forget that.

[Zander] So...

you were on the floor?

Yeah.

And I knew I had to get up
or I was gone, but...

Then he was on me again and...

[Zander] And?

He had ahold of my balls.

I mean, do you know
what that feels like?

Squeezing hard, I...

I've never known pain like it.

[Zander] What'd you do?

[Carlo] I grabbed his hair.

[chuckles] It was my only move.

And then it got worse.

[Zander] Worse?

He squeezed harder
and I thought...

And I knew I was gonna die.

So I hit his head
against the wall.

[Zander] How many times, Carlo?

[Carlo]
I don't know, man. A few times?

Dr. Grether testified
that it was six times.

Does that seem right?

It's possible.

I don't remember.

I-I was so close to passing out,

- the pain I was in.
- [Zander] And...

did you stop
after he was unconscious?

He was never unconscious.

[Zander] Are you sure?

[Carlo] He walked
out of my cell, didn't he?

- [Zander] And you let him go?
- [Carlo] Of course.

It meant I was safe.

[Zander] Now, Ms. McKee
has made a big deal

about you not telling
the police the truth

about defending yourself
from a brutal assault.

Can you explain that?

It's her job to fuck me up.

[Zander] No, Carlo, I mean

can you explain

why you didn't tell the police?

NOLA PD?

The same people who

shot at their own citizens
during Katrina?

Those people?

They're not police.

Jury knows what I'm saying.

I had every right
to wait for my lawyer,

which is what I did.

No further questions,
Your Honor.

We'll take a break before cross.

[prisoners whooping, whistling]

- [prisoner] Yeah!
- [prisoner 2] There she is!

- [prisoner 3] Whee!
- [prisoner 4] Hey, shorty rabo!

You don't know what you doing
up in here, girl!

- [prisoner whooping]
- [prisoner 2] Doing up here?

Holla at your boy, baby.
[exclaims]

[indistinct chatter continuing]

[prisoner] Want you a new zaddy?

I'll be your zaddy.

Intense suspenseful music

[prisoner] Come sit down!

Yeah! Need some help, babe?

You like being locked up!

[indistinct chatter]

Yeah, baby!

[whooping]

[all clamoring]

- Yeah!
- [inmates shouting]

[indistinct chatter]

Court is now back in session.

Mr. Baxter, may I remind you

you're still under oath.

Carlo, how are your balls?

Okay, now.

But back then, on the day?

Real bad.

- You were in agony?
- Yes.

So painful you thought
you were going to die.

That's why I had to do
what I had to do.

And what did the doctor say?

I didn't see a doctor.

Wait, you didn't see a doctor?

- I didn't do that.
- Why not?

Just didn't.

So there's no...

independent record
of the injuries

you say you suffered?

Which is sort of becoming
a theme here.

You asking the jury to believe

things you say
without any corroboration.

This is beginning to sound
like a speech, Ms. McKee.

I apologize.
I'll get to the point.

It's impossible to corroborate

your evidence...

because it's not true.

You cannot corroborate
something that didn't happen.

Is that a question
or a form of abuse?

- It's a form of abuse.
- [Carlo] I'm telling the truth.

I swear it...
The whole truth and nothing but.

Okay, well, you told us you're
not the man you used to be.

What kind of a man was that?

One who broke the law.

Which laws?

[Michael] Uh, you don't
have to answer that.

We have rules
against self-incrimination,

which Ms. McKee
is very well aware of.

So, how are you different?

I mean, we're all just trying
to get into your mind, Carlo,

and understand what you
were thinking right then,

right there,
that night in your cell.

I was scared. I told y'all.

And then he came at me.

And then you shut the door?

No. He did.

[Fiona] You're sure?

[Carlo] One hundred percent.

[Fiona] And it was that moment,

the shutting of the cell door
that made you feel

it was life and death,
that Kofi was there to kill you

and you had to defend yourself?

Yes.

And after the fight,
Kofi walked out?

That's right.

How?

What?

How?

I don't understand.

Well, the thing about
the cell doors at OPP is,

when you shut 'em, they lock.

And they stay locked

until a guard

with a key comes to open them.

Kofi couldn't have
left that cell.

So what is it, Carlo?

Kofi Jones
walks through locked doors?

Or you're a liar?

[whispers]
I know who you are, I see you.

[Michael] Ms. McKee.

[Zander] Is it possible that,

given the trauma
of the situation,

you made a mistake
about the cell door?

Yes.

[Zander]
Maybe it wasn't completely shut.

Could be.

Tell it to that stupid cunt.

What did you say?

[Fiona] What did you just say?

[Zander] Your Honor?

[Fiona] I asked you a question.

What did you just say to me?

Ms. McKee.

You-you want me
to walk away from this?

All right, I tell you what,

Your Honor, I will.

And this is why.

Can I have the monitor
over here, please?

There's Kofi.

That's Carlo's cell.

Watch this.

You tell us
when you see the door close.

Ominous music

Now you tell me which one of us
is a stupid cunt.

[crow cawing]

Hi, sir, do you have
any recollection

of a father and teenage son,

be about early October,

and they come and visit
his wife's grave?

He's usually in a suit
with tennis shoes?

Yeah.

He said, "I'm sorry,
I only give money

if it's for booze or dope."

[laughs]
The bastard made me laugh.

Worth way more than a dollar,
especially that day.

What do you mean, that day?

Nothing.

What's your name?

Nancy Costello.

Daughter of
Sergeant Finn Costello,

First Battalion, Third Marines.

Thirty-man patrol.

Paddy field outside a hamlet
called Le Son,

nine miles south of Da Nang.

Fire came in from three sides.
Perfect ambush.

Seven hours in the mud
under continuous fire

from VC we couldn't see.

All 30 of us wounded.

13 dead.

Helicopters couldn't get in
to get us out.

My buddy, Jackie Johnson,
died in my arms.

Shot in the jaw.

Took over an hour to die.

October 10, 1965.

Are you sure about the date?
Not October 9?

10/10/65 defined my life.

You think I'd get
something like that wrong?

Lee. This is Nancy.

Give me a call
when you get this.

[sighs]
I just came from the cemetery.

So, um, here's the thing.

[Michael]
There must be some mistake.

[Nancy] Looks that way.

What the hell is this?

Yeah, he was here.

Female Jones trial was at 9,

Judge arrived 20 minutes before.

Does that help?

Is this about the car?

Betty, out.

Look, I don't know what you
think you're doing, Detective,

but you come in here,
and you start interrogating me?

I don't have to take this
from you.

- Yeah, I know that sound.
- What sound? What fucking sound?

And after a lifetime in a
courtroom, I think you do, too.

Anger and righteousness
combined?

That's how liars
hide their lies.

[door opens]

It's got to be lunchtime, right?

Yes.

Have a nice day, Detective.

I know, Michael.

I know it was Adam.

Why didn't you tell me, brother?

I could have been there for you.

Somber music

One more day.

Hmm?

The trial. One...

It looks like
Carlo is going down.

You got a problem with that?

Death penalty troubling you?

It's not that, Charlie.

I need it to be not guilty.

Oh, my God.

They got to you.

They have you.

And if you fail...
If Carlo goes down?

Yeah.

But they think it's me.

Jimmy Baxter thinks
it was me who killed his son.

Anybody else?

Nancy Costello, I...

Pretty sure she knows.

And you would take the hit.

He's my son.

Ominous music

He's my oldest friend.

If you think you can bully me...

Is that what you think?

You've got this all wrong.

Have you any idea what it's like

to discover
your best friend is...

I went after the truth
for him, Charlie.

Even when everybody else
had given up, I stayed on it,

for him, for his family.

It was Adam.

Adam killed Rocco.

And ran.

A man like Jimmy Baxter?

It would have been
an eye for an eye,

son for a son.

Michael did what he did
to protect his child.

[faintly] Uh...

What do you want?

Your help.

Polls are looking good.

God and the weather
on polling day willing,

ten days from now I'll be
the new mayor of Nawlins.

Is this about
the fucking election?

First 100 days,
that's your shot.

You got to get things done
on the bounce.

I'm gonna clean this city up,
starting with you people.

What people?

Oh, come on, now.

Hell, I bet you can name 'em.

Cusack. Nash. Maxwell.

All of 'em dirty.

But whistle-blowing?

Going up against
the code of silence?

Oh, you got to have
some serious support to do that.

Otherwise...

you're gone.

[scoffs] Are you threatening me?

The exact opposite.

I'm offering you
the support of the mayor

in a campaign to clean up

a whole fucked-up
police department,

top to bottom.

In exchange for what?

Michael Desiato.

[shivering]

Uh, two fast miles
to clear my head.

I promise that's it.

I'll be back in 14 min...

- Michael.
- Hey.

I, you know, I have...

something for you.

Actually, it's for Eugene.

It's the, uh...

sale of the baseball.

He's here.

Eugene?

- Mm-hmm.
- To testify.

What?

Kofi didn't go to cell block C
to attack Carlo.

He went to clear up
a misunderstanding.

Which was?

He didn't kill Rocco.

He didn't steal your car
that day.

There was no Desire hit
on Rocco Baxter.

Prosecution case is closed.

- So reopen it.
- The rules of evidence don't...

The rules, the rules,
the rules of fucking evidence?

Whoa, whoa, whoa.
What... what is this?

Wrong question.

Well, what's the right question?

If it wasn't Kofi
and if it wasn't Desire...

Who was it?

You called me October 9,

right after you called
Nancy Costello.

Were you asking us both

- out on dates?
- Oh, come on.

On the anniversary
of Robin's death?

Oh, no, no, no, no, no,
that's right, you-you...

you told Nancy it was to report
the theft of the car,

which hadn't been stolen yet.

Kofi told you that?

Kofi told you that he didn't
steal the car on October 9?

- Eugene.
- Eugene?

You saying he's lying?

You're saying I am?

Kofi was a gangbanger.

His brother is a gangbanger.

- He's a 15-year-old boy.
- Who runs with a crew

that kills people
who get in their way.

I... You're taking
what he's saying seriously?

- [door closes]
- [Eugene] That's him.

The gray ghost.

It was you at our front door
the day Mom was in court.

Wait.

You went down to the Lower Ninth

the morning of Female's trial?

To her home?

Yes, I did.

So you couldn't have...

Alan.

So it wasn't you. Please
just tell me it wasn't you.

Please, Michael.

[door closes]

I swear it wasn't me.

Okay.

So if it wasn't Kofi...

- Lee.
- Wasn't Desire...

- Lee, please, no.
- It wasn't you, then...

Who else had access...

somber music

This is Nancy Costello's number.

Just push it.

Tell her you're coming down
to the police station.

Maybe you can drive him
yourself.

You're hesitating.

Is it because you...

know what will happen to him?

This is about justice.

Justice? Down there?

They don't survive.

Kofi didn't. Adam won't.

Don't do this.

Plea...

Lee.

Would the death
of another 17-year-old

make anything better?

If so, then make the call.

If you don't want a stain

on your soul,
wipe it clean right now

with one phone call.

Because that's the equation.

Kill Adam, cleanse your soul.

Who are you?

You know who I am.

If you didn't, you would have
made that phone call already.

Justice and principle?

Do you think
either of those take precedence

over the life of your own child?

Ever?

Your lies,

your manipulations,

your fucking me up.

It's not my soul
that needs cleansing, Michael.

- It's yours.
- All right...

Okay.

Listen t... Listen.

I'll go. I'll go to the police.

But it was me.

W-We tell them it was me.

Please, Lee...

I don't want to be this person.

I don't want to lie anymore.

But he is my son.

Am-am I a bad person

because I value my own life

so much less
than the life of my child?

Four children and their mother

are dead because of you.

I've done terrible things.

And I'm so ashamed...

...but I love you.

Stop talking about yourself.

You can't have me.

You can't ever have me now.

But you can make sure
that justice is served.

Can you do that?

Can you still do that?

I...

- What are you frightened of?
- Please don't.

You go out there,

allow Eugene to take the witness
stand and tell the truth.

Dark, atmospheric music

Then Carlo goes down,

Kofi gets justice...

...and your soul
gets a second chance.

Ms. McKee.

[Fiona] A key witness
has come forward, Your Honor.

His testimony, we believe,
can take us right to the truth

of what happened
to Kofi Jones and why.

[footsteps approaching]

And your application

is to reopen
the prosecution's case?

[Fiona] Exactly, Your Honor.

[Zander] Completely
inappropriate, Your Honor.

- [Fiona] Oh, come on.
- [Zander] Not least because

it would be incredibly
confusing for the jury

to have a prosecution witness

just pop up in the middle
of the defense case.

I don't need to hear any more
from either of you on this.

[Zander] No, I'm sorry.

I'm sorry, I want this
on the record, Your Honor.

Most importantly...

slow, somber music

[Zander] Your Honor?

[Fiona] Your Honor?

[Zander] Your Honor.

The prosecution's case
is closed.

It cannot be reopened.

This witness is not
permitted to testify.

Why?

Not the man I thought he was.

Yeah, but you promised me.

I believed you.

- What's that?
- For the baseball.

- Who bought it?
- Take the money, Eugene.

J-Just take everything
you can get.

Dramatic music

Your new girlfriend.

What does she know?

She's not a problem.

Let me make it easier for you.

What doesn't she know?

- She doesn't know anything.
- Does she know about

our friendship?

- I-I just told you...
- You have

a girlfriend.

You have a mother-in-law.

You have a dog.

You have a son.

Do you have a move?

Judge?

Suspenseful music

[Fiona]
No way. No. No. Just no. No way.

[Zander] My learned friend seems
to have lost her way with words.

[Fiona] This is coming
straight out of nowhere.

[Zander] That's in the nature
of notes from jurors, Fiona.

You can't control
when it happens.

Do we know which juror
sent this?

[Zander] No, no idea.

But I-I have to confess,
Your Honor, I should have

thought of it
and made it part of my case.

But my mistake
doesn't take anything away

from its probative value.

This trial has been
all about state of mind

and character, and this evidence

- is all about both.
- There's no witness.

You can't just press play.

It doesn't make sense
without context

- or explanation.
- So it needs a narrator.

And I'm not letting him

with his supercilious voice
narrate this.

Okay. Sounds like
she's objecting to me,

- Your Honor, not the evidence.
- I do object to you.

I think you're an asshole.

Well, I don't think
very highly of you, either.

I'll do it.

I'm neutral and I'm impartial.

It's my job.

It's what I'm here for.

[labored breathing
over recording]

[dispatcher]
911, what's your emergency?

Can you hear me? Hello?

These are Rocco Baxter's
last moments.

This is a 17-year-old boy

breathing his last.

I'm having trouble
working out where you are.

If you're in the city,
hit one of the keys

on your phone, any key.

[Michael] This is what

another 17-year-old boy,

Kofi Jones, would have heard...

...after he stole a car...

...and hit Rocco.

[labored breathing]

[labored breathing continues
on recording]

[dispatcher] Hello?

Are you there?
I can barely hear you.

Can you hear me? Hello?

[whimpers softly]

[inhaler puffs]

[Adam panting]

[inhaler puffs]

suspenseful music

[Alan] All rise.

Ladies and gentlemen
of the jury,

have you reached a verdict?

We have, Your Honor.

[Michael] Alan?

Dark, dramatic music

Thank you.

Will the defendant please rise?

In the case of GKL14179,

State of Louisiana
against Carlo Baxter,

on the single count of murder
in the first degree,

the jury finds the defendant

not guilty.

Ladies and gentlemen,
thank you for your service.

You are dismissed.

[Gina exhales]

[indistinct chatter]

suspenseful music

Uh, at the hotel tonight,

my family is celebrating.

Please come.

Suspenseful music

[honking]

["Since I Don't Have You
Anymore" by Kelly Finnigan]

You say it's over now

And I won't

Won't break down

Whoa

No need to hide my tears

Baby, please say goodbye

Since I don't

I don't

[panting]

[indistinct chatter]

[phone ringing]

[phone stops ringing]

[crickets chirping]

[exhales]

[phone ringing]

What?

He's here.

Who?

Suspenseful music

He's having a little
trouble breathing.

Maybe he has his inhaler
with him.

Jimmy!

Maybe he doesn't.

Jesus Christ, listen to me!

You want to watch
what I do to your son,

- Baxter House Hotel.
- Jimmy!

Come on over.

Jimmy!

[dialing]

Come on, Adam, pick up.

Pick up the phone.

[automated voice] The mailbox
is full and cannot accept

- any messages at this time.
- Shit!

Goodbye.

Tense music

No, no, no, no, hey!

Hey!

Shit.

[panting]

[dance music playing]

[indistinct chatter]

pulsing music

[indistinct chatter]

S... No, no, there's someone...
I need to get in.

- Sir, sir.
- No, listen...

- This is a private party.
- Listen, my son is in there.

And I... I need
to give him a message,

- so I'll just be a moment...
- This is a private event.

Goddamn it!
His bike is right there!

He's in there and I need
to talk to him!

Well, don't... get...
Get your hands off me!

Sir, please calm down, okay?

Not gonna happen, sir.

That's locked, sir.

I'm serious. I'm serious.

I want to go on a road trip.

In the Beetle?

What, you don't
have faith in her?

[chuckles]

Here's what I say when...

How long would we go for?

Um...

I was thinking maybe forever?

"Treat young girls
like your mother

My mama said,
"Trust no ho, use a rubber"

I'm-a act, one, two

Stop the track, bring it back...

I'd like to see Alaska.

Maybe we could start with
Alaska, if you'd like that.

If they run up on you,
hit 'em with a one-two

Or a bitch slap,
leave the cul-de-sac...

When?

And stick with
your day-one homies

That was here
before you started...

Now.

Now?

Now now?

Mm-hmm. Yes.

See me poppin'

Big, big, big pockets,
they start flockin'

Here's what I say
when they ass keep knockin'

My daddy said, "Trust
no man but your brothers

And never leave
your day-ones in the gutter"

[indistinct chatter]

Excuse me, boys.

Intense, suspenseful music

- -[dialogue inaudible]

- -[dialogue inaudible]

[guard] Fourth and inches.

There was no... I mean... Hey!

- Hey! No!
- [Michael] No, stop it!

- Back off!
- We told you for the last time!

So leave!

What is wrong with you?!

- I'm getting in there!
- No, you're not!

[Michael] I need to get in
there! I need to get in there!

[guard] This is the last time
we're gonna tell you!

Go!

Intense, suspenseful music

- -[dialogue inaudible]

Aah!

[crowd clamoring]

[people screaming]

No!

Everybody, down! Down! Down!

Correct. At the Baxter.

[Fia whimpering]

Oh!

No, no, no, no, no!

No!

Let go! Let go!

[grunts]

[screams]

No!

[sobbing]

No!

No.

Someone help me!

Help me, please!

[Adam wheezing]

I got you.

[sobbing]

[crying]

I got you.

Somber music

"Le Nozze Di Figaro, K.492"
by Mozart

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